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Mark J.
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What do the white hexagons with the +1 symbol located at Moscow, Gorky, Stalingrad and Guryev mean? I can't find this in the rulebook.

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Sean Conroy
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Europe Engulfed Rulebook p15 wrote:
6.95 NATIONAL CONSTRUCTION LIMITS:

c) The Soviets (only) may construct ‘Heavy Fortifications’. They
are non-replaceable and only two may ever be built. They may only
be built in the Home Resource Areas identified on the map (see
terrain key). They cost 10 WERPs each, and they must replace an
existing Field Fortification which was built in a prior turn. They
continue to provide fortification benefits (are not destroyed) until
their area falls under Axis control. They adhere to all other fortification rules.


Check the map key but this should be what they are referring too.
 
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Freddy Dekker
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Please tell me about that map....

Is it paper? is it like the CC map?

Hm I don't think I'll get a piece of plexi glass that size.....

Would you consider this one of your favorit games?
I may be about to decide on purchase.....
 
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Timothy Phelps
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sagitar wrote:
Please tell me about that map....

Is it paper? is it like the CC map?

Hm I don't think I'll get a piece of plexi glass that size.....

Would you consider this one of your favorit games?
I may be about to decide on purchase.....


It is not a paper map, but it is not mounted either. It is their "deluxe" style map (like the original Twilight Struggle map) which is sort of a cardboard map.

I use two pieces of plexiglass for it. A single piece large enough to cover it would be rather unwieldy.
 
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Freddy Dekker
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Thanks,

how big is it again?
oh forgot you only do inches.

Is this a game you enjoy playing regulary, or is it more an anual affair.
 
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David Jackman
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sagitar wrote:
Thanks,

how big is it again?
oh forgot you only do inches.

Is this a game you enjoy playing regulary, or is it more an anual affair.


it is a total of 44 x 68 inches, or 111 cm by 172 cm, both maps together.

The playtime is around 15 hours for the whole 39 scenario. When we have played it 2p, we would do one 3 hour session a week, and get through about a year of the war every three hours.

A good game - Difficult to learn, due to a mass amount of exceptions. After that is nailed down, this really isnt much more complex than axis and allies. Whether you think that is good or bad is up to you.

I have played this game 3 times, for a total of over 40 hours of enjoyment. I dont really see myself playing it again, but at 3 plays i definately got my moneys' worth.
 
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Freddy Dekker
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Thanks, didn't realise the board was almost 2 metres.

Me thinks we need a new table for that one..
 
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Andrew Harding
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It's worth it :D
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